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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, September 8, 1970 MONKEY BUSINESS in Bradford, Pa., where 2-year- old Jeffrey Hale temporarily lost possession of his stroller. In the end, the monkey, moved on, seeking other worlds to conquer. Develop A Powerful Memory? A noted publisher in Chicago reports there is a simple tech- nique for acquiring a powerful memory which can pay you real dividends in both business and iocia! advancement and works like magic to give you added poise, necessary self confidence and greater popularity. According to this publisher, many people do not realize how much they could influence others simply by remembering accurate- ly everything they see, hear, or read'. Whether if] business, at locial functions or even in casual conversations with new acquaint- ances, there are ways in which you can dominate each situation by your ability ta remember. To acquaint' the readers of this paper with the easy-to-follow rules for developing skill in re- membe'irtg anything you choose to remember, the publishers have printed full details of their self- fralning method in a new book- let, "Adventures in which will be mailed free to any- one who requests it. No cblicja- Hon. Send your name, address, and zip code to: Memory Studies, 835 Pkwy., Dept 140- 719, Chicago, 111. 60614. A post- card wiJ! do. Construction Maps To Help UOf A Students EDMONTON (CP) The University ot Alberta this year will provide maps of the cam- pus designed to allow students to avoid construction obstacles. The construction program at the university, expected to at- tract more than students this year, is expected to con- tinue for the next six months and many streets in the campus area are or will be closed dur- ing the period. The maps will be prepared each month and color-coded signs on the campus will ad- vise the new students where they are and how to get where they are going, officials said. University officials are try- ing to encourage students and the public to use city transportation faculties in the area instead of private vehi- cles. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Ceriified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. m PHONE 328-7684HB Future By Briti LONDON (CP) The next annual conference of the British Labor party is more than three weeks away but the organization already is alive with debate about future policy following its defeat in the June 18 general election. "One of tlie underlying causes of Labor's defeat in 1970 could well have bean that we did not appreciate the changing nature of our relationship with the lamented ex-technology minister Anthony Wedgwood Bonn in a Fabian Society pamphlet published Friday. Benn, whose all-out verbal attack on Conservative maverick Enoch Powell was a controversial high point of the election campaign, argues that secretive and other traditional methods of government are no longer enough to satisfy the contemporary citizen. "Anyone aspiring to political leadership has now got to devote a part, and probably a majority, of his time and skill and effort to persuading people and listening in return to what is said to he added. He gave no indication thf this statement should be construed as a direct criticism of Harold Wilson's conduct sh Laboi the former Labor prime minister's six years of office. Other criticisms of Labor's election campaign, voiced by some backbench MPs, have been explicit in their hostility to Wilson. But he is in no immediate danger of losing his job as party leader, although preparations for the four-day conference which begins Sept. 28 point to much debate about Labor's line of action in its new role as parliamentary opoosilion to Edward Heath's Conservative government. Norman Atkinson, a left-wing Labor MP, insists that in future Wilson "must re-establish his credibility as a socialist." Atkinson, a candidate for party treasurer, says Britain's large financial interests pressured the Wilson government into adopting non-socialist policies, which resulted in rough times for the working-class wage earner and a worrisome level of unemplojoncrit. Instead of conflict with the trade unions, along the lines of Wilson's abortive attempt last year to bring them into line with policies of wage restraint, Atkinson wants the Labor party to giv.e unionists complete backing in what he calls their present campaign for "full employment, higher real wages and decent r Party tj Among the statists bothering Laboritcs of the left, right ami centra has been the drop to 43 per cent from 48 in 1915 in the proportion of the electorate voting for the party. Labor party is not attracting (lie number of supporters it held as far back as Ihc organization's national committee complained. Allhc'.Th non-con'.mittal on the exact cause of the June 18 defeat, tlie executive appears to abide by Wilson's own argument that the need for Announces Big Layoff MONTREAL (CP) Jack Hughes, vice-president of Canadair Ltd., said here that about of the company's employees will be laid off by this fall. Decrease in production at the Montreal plant has resulted in regular staff layoffs throughout the year. "We're trying to kesp it down to below 40 to 50 a he said. The dismissal of 400 workers in the last week of August was the largest single layoff. The company plans to drop another 150 "to 200 workers in September, Mr. Hughes Million In 'Old Hat' Say WINNIPEG (CP) The Liberal Member of Parliament for Provenchcr says his million income tax dispute with the government comes up every-time his name appears in political news. "It's old said Mark Smechanski who is going through legal channels to take the government to exchequer court in an attempt to retrieve million he said was wrongly assessed. "This tln'ng was all published in Dispute s Liberal MP Mr. Smechanski said In an interview that there may be a connection between the reviva of th'2 stories and the Manitoba Liberal leadership convention Oct. 30 and 31. But the MP said he has no immediate plans to seek the provincial leadership. "I'm a sitting Member ol Paliamcnt and I've had my hands he said. "I think I'm doing a good job it's unfortunate tin's thing keeps coming up." economic policies uncter-mined government's chances of re-election. Jamas Callaghan, home secretary in the Wilson cabinet and the party treasurer, saj's the necessity for better constituency organization and for more money is the big lesson to be learned Ly Labor from its election dc.vnfail. "But, of course, that is net Callaghan wrote in the New Statesman magazine. "Even with a less than perfect organization, more Labor voters would have gone to the poll if had bzsn sufficiently stirred and if we had engaged then: beliefs, enthusiasm and interest. "That is where we failed and now we shall pay the price of a Tory RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Locoted on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for ony type of business Write Box 24, Lethbridge DELEGATION OTTAWA (CP) Justice Minister John Turner will lead t h K Canadian parliamentary delegation to the 16th general conference of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association in Canberra, an external affairs spokesman said Friday. Mr. Turner will visit New Zealand Sept. 22 to 26 en route to the conference in Canberra Sept. 27 to Oct. 8. He will also attend an Independence Day ceremony in Fiji Oct. TO COOK ARTICHOKES AND EGGPLANTS. Are you slumped by artichokes and eggplants? Many people are, thinking their preparation involves a great mystery. Marge-Oliver makes it easy tor you this Saturday in Weekend Magazine. Recipes include. Artichokes Vinaigrette, Eggplant Casserole and Stuffed Eggplant. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND Van To Seek Nomination CAMPBELLTON, N.B. (CP) Former New Brunswick Pro- gressive Conservative leader J. C V a n Home announcec during the weekend he will seek nomination in Campbellton City instead of Restigouche for the Oct. 26 provincial election. Campbellton City was repre- sented in the last legislature by liewis C. Ayles, who said Fri- day he will not run again. Mr. Van Home was defeated n the 1967 election when, as :onservative leader, he ran hi Restigouche County. He resigned the leadership and left politics shortly after- but made a comeback in .968 when he a byelection n Restigouche by 156 votes over his only opponent, a Liberal. ORIENTATION DAY WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 To ALL NEW Students who plan to attend the Fall Semester nt the UNIVERSITY of LETHBRIDGE This Is an excellent opportunity for you to become acquainted with your university. Activities will Insure that you meet students, faculty and administrators. Small groups wil! be given guided tours of all university facilities in- cluding: book store, Catacombs, library, counselling centre, Student Awards and the health clinic. Your tour guides (who are senior students) will try to answer all your questions. BE SURE TO ATTEND: Meet at 9.30 a.m. in the Lecture Theatre of the Kate Andrews Building "We set up the Commerce Two Account Plan to be a perfect match. A Personal Chequing Account lets you pay all your bills while we keep your records straight. And a Commerce Savings Account helps you earn more interest on the money you keep. And to help you save, you can arrange to have funds automatically transferred to your savings account. It's a happy union. Just one more wav more of us do more for you at the Commerce." CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE ;